In February, I wrote a post about why I think marriage exists – Marriage & Purpose. During a conversation with my husband about it, he encouraged me to do a follow-up post. And so, here we are. 🙂 How we enter marriage counts. The last lap to the wedding is often a time when many, … Continue reading Marriage & Purpose II
“You can’t turn out a light, shining on the inside.” Steffany Gretzinger (Blackout) In this video, Dr. Wanjiru Kamau-Rutenburg talks about how she hates the phrase “women are their own worst enemies” and she puts to task anyone who uses it. Why? Narrative creates expectation. What we say, do, experience and believe today determines what … Continue reading The Woman I Am
Earlier this month on the blog, we looked at the realities that come with the promises of God and the danger of compromise. I want to extend that conversation from personal level to leadership level. [Continued...] New Rose Gold Crowns Post has been sent out. Sign up here to follow our conversations on Christian women … Continue reading Compromised Leader
Towards the end of 2018, I wrote a post about friendships in the context of relationships. One of our regular readers – Miss Kizza – asked this question in the comment section: What is to be given in a friendship and in romance in the dating phase? How do men and women be friends without … Continue reading Just Friends?
Have you ever noticed that the word – compromise – is mostly made up of the word – promise? Another fun fact: the prefix “com” means with/together/in association. Preceding compromise is the promise of something. Adam and Eve had been given Eden by God. Esau had his inheritance as first born. Saul had divine favour … Continue reading Compromised